Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis - Men's

Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis - Men's

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Ski Terrain All Mountain / Freeride

This is the SUV of skis designed for skiing the whole mountain in any and all snow conditions.

Ski Width Medium

A moderate waist width for incredible versatility between quick turns yet allowing for better control in crud and powder.

Ski Flex Stiff

Precise turns with incredible edge grip in hard snow conditions as well as best high speed stability.

Ski Rocker Profile Tip & Tail Rocker

Designed to be a versatile blend for easy turn initiation as well as release from a turn while maintaining rocker under the foot for a stable feel.

Blizzard Skis Mens

The new Blizzard Rustler 9 is an excellent ski for the strong intermediate to expert skier who want versatility and stability without having to apply too much energy into their skis. Blizzard's Carbon Flipcore DRT has a layer of Titanal over the binding platform that extends out towards the tip and tail in the center of the ski that adds extra power, without adding too much extra weight. Carbon Inserts in the tip and tail adds better floatation and maneuverability while eliminating tip chatter when you are tearing down a groomer at high speeds. The Lite Core consists of ISO/Paulownia/Balsa/Poplar/Beech Woods that has a fine combination of strength and a lightweight feeling. Sandwich Compound Sidewalls grip and rip when conditions get firm. If you want a ski that feels light on your feet, yet powerful when you step on the gas, the new Rustler 9 will be a great ski for you.

Key Features: 

*DRT Carbon Flipcore

*Lite Core

*Sandwich Compound Sidewalls


*Recommended Bindings: Tyrolia Attack2 13, Look SPX 12, Salomon STH WTR 13, Marker Griffon

*Recommended Brake Size: 95-110mm

Customer Reviews

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2018 Rustler 9 review
Posted by Craig M (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/31/2018

Pros: Bumps, groomers, soft & firm groomer
Cons: none really

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

This was one of my top skis during a demo day in 2018. Super fun & easy turning in bumps, steeps, soft or hard snow. While being a little softer than the average ski, it's very stable at high speed ripping as well! This ski will attack virtually any snow condition the mountain will give you !! Bonus..with the slightly turned up tail, you can have fun going backwards in the park & this also aides in easy turning

Very playful and a blast to own
Posted by Austin H. (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/28/2018

Pros: Light, quick, great turning
Cons: Lack of stiffness

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Not the most stiff ski, but when it comes to turning and playfulness... it's real hard to beat!

Favorite Ski from our Demo Day
Posted by WillC (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/18/2018

Pros: quick, light, fun

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

This was my favorite ski at our demo day at Blue. The ski just seemed to surf its way through the mashed potato snow without a fuss.

Rustler 9
Posted by Skylar M. (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/16/2018

Pros: surfy, buttery, rockered
Cons: not enough camber to lay out your turns

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Has a progressive rocker design, not your traditional ski, but a perfect playful option for your advanced skier.

rustler 9
Posted by jim saldutti (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/15/2018

Pros: soft enough to hit the bumps

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

New this year the Rustler 9 adds a fun all mountain ski. you can do it all on this one.

Very fun
Posted by Jordan Good (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/8/2018


Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Isn't to stiff to play around on but has enough to still cruise on!

It'll Tackle Anything You Throw At It
Posted by Jake K. (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/2/2018

Pros: Perfect in all conditions, you can still carve
Cons: Requires a skilled skier

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

This ski can really go everywhere! The width is perfect for transitioning between moguls and heavy powder on the fly. While it's not the stiffest ski out there, the rustler isn't very forgiving.